Gini Graham Scott does workshops, seminars, talks, keynotes, and
participates in panel discussions on these topics, which can be adapted for your
group or organization.
These programs feature a mix of PowerPoint presentations, group
discussion, and exercises, including role plays and visualizations. Special
workbooks and handouts can be developed, too.
"Thank you for being a guest on the show. We appreciate your taking time
to share yourself with our viewers and studio audience." Oprah Winfrey
"Thank you for taking the time from your schedule to present to State Farm
Insurance Companies...My client was very pleased with the content of your
program." Jo Borello, V.P. Marketing & Promotions
"All of us at the Inside Edge wish to express our appreciation for your
presentation. Your topic was timely and perceptive and the experiential
exercises helped us to relate to it in a personal way that really made a
difference. You gave many of us new ways of seeing ourselves...Thank you
for taking the time and energy to come and be with us and share who you are and
your insights with us." Odile Nicolette, Program Director, The Inside
Ways to Add Fun to Your Work
In today's difficult, stressful times,
adding some fun to the workplace can be especially useful to increase
morale, teamwork, and productivity. Learn some ways to do this, along
with ways to continue to develop these ideas on your own. Based on
ENJOY! 101 Little Ways to Add Fun to Your Work Everyday.
Working with Difficult People
Are you having problems dealing
with your boss, co-workers, or employees, due to diversity and culture
conflicts? Are some people especially hard to work with? Learn to
understand and deal with different types of people in different situations.
Based on A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR WORKING WITH HUMANS.
Dealing with Bad Bosses
Almost everyone has had or knows
someone who has a hard to work with boss. Here are some ways to assess
and try to improve your situation, and when and how to leave on the best
terms possible if you decide it's time to move on.
Based on A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR WORKING WITH BAD BOSSES.
Resolving Conflict in Your Organization
The key to successfully dealing
with any conflict is the three-step E.R.I. model. First handle the negative
emotions of yourself and others; use reason to understand why the conflict
has occurred and the types of conflict styles to apply; and draw on your
intuition to come up with alternatives and make choices. Learn how to apply
these approaches in your organization.
Based on DISAGREEMENTS, DISPUTES, AND ALL OUT WAR.
Increasing Your Creativity and Creative Problem Solving
Learn creativity techniques to
visualize goals, plan projects, better understand others, solve problems,
design new products and systems, and more. Find new methods to better solve
current and future problems more effectively and efficiently.
Based on WANT IT, SEE IT, GET IT
Changing Your Business or Your Life
Today is a time of rapid change,
and out of turmoil comes new opportunities. Discover how to better
adapt to change and use it to find new possibilities and opportunities. Based
Resolving Ethical Dilemmas
Sometimes ethical conflicts occur
because people have different values and concepts over what is ethical. Or
there may be a lack of clarity or conflict between individual and company
values. Learn how to raise and deal with these conflicts.
Based on MAKING ETHICAL CHOICES, RESOLVING ETHICAL DILEMMAS
Dealing with Deception
How do you detect lies, and what do
you do when you discover the lie? Sometimes uncovering a lie can end a
relationship, or sometimes a second chance can mark a new beginning of a
new, more honest relationship. Or if a company culture encourages
deception, say by valuing bottom-line thinking over integrity, it may be
time to change that culture. Learn how to detect and deal with deception
both at work and in your personal life.
Based on THE TRUTH ABOUT LYING